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Sunday, August 11, 2002
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Clouds of despair: The poor and the permanent 'drought'
Of laziness and tenancy
Does a school science class result in social change? According to the Madhya Pradesh Government's report on the Hoshangabad Science Training Programme, it should. MEENA MENON reports.
End of an era
The recently discovered adverse effects of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) have doctors the world over in a panic. DR. UMA KRISHNASWAMY discusses the implications of the decline of this therapy and questions its success in the first place.
'No need to panic'
R. KRITHIKA speaks to some doctors about the current debate over hormone replacement therapy. The bottom line remains that women should consult their doctor and weigh pros and cons before deciding on treatment.
Emoting at Edinburgh
The Edinburgh Festival this year will see a fair show of Indian art and culture. GOWRI RAMNARAYAN profiles a participant and theatre artiste Pritham Chakravarthy, who will deliver a solo narrative.
Interpreting the 'Navarasas'
Though the concept of rasa has influenced art form in India, how can it be applied to the contemporary art scene? Major Indian artists rework this ancient principle at a forthcoming exhibition of visual art in New Delhi. ASHRAFI S. BHAGAT writes.
Sanjay Bhansali's `Devdas' is a giant back flip for cinema, says UMA MAHADEVAN-DASGUPTA. While he showed promise with his first film `Khamoshi', Bhansali has disappointed viewers with this offering.
The French connection
With its mixture of the ancient, medieval and modern, Paris offers the tourist a variety to see, says RAJESH RAGHAVAN.
A closer look
Patients who suffer from systemic diseases like tuberculosis or AIDS, can also have problems with other organs. Dr. JYOTIRMAY BISWAS looks at how inflammation of the eye can be an indication or the result of other problems.
The reissue of this volume may neither rekindle interest in Forster nor add significantly to the volumes of criticism his name has inspired. But it provides a different perspective, says NILANJANA S. ROY.
By Laurie Baum
The week ahead
How is Puthra Dosha found from a horoscope? Are there remedies?
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